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MAK/ZINE #2/2012

The third edition of the MAK/ZINE is on the reconceptualization of the exhibition spaces Vienna 1900. VIENNA 1900. Viennese Arts and Crafts 1890-1938.
The third edition of the MAK/ZINE, dedicated to Vienna 1900, plays a key role in regard by showing that the applied arts shouldn't be treated as an end unto themselves, but that they can produce an accord between people and society.

Edited by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, texts by Philipp Blom, Paul Foss, Christopher Hailey, Frank Hartmann, Owen Hatherley, William M. Johnston, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Johannes Wieninger, Christian Witt-Dörring, et al., German/English, 122 pages, MAK/ Volltext Vienna 2012.

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